Events: Feb 21 TERRACE Launch of Issue 55

2013-02-06 18:36:PM ago by caitlynn.cummings

Date: February 21, 2013
Time: 12pm
Place: Elephant's Ear Bistro (4613 Lakelse Ave, Terrace, British Columbia)

How many launches does an amazing issue warrant? Three! Join filling Station for another launch of our Northern BC issue, this time in Terrace. This third launch will be held on Thursday, February 21 at 12pm at Elephant's Ear Bistro, and will feature contributors Sheila Peters, Solveig Adair, and Norma Kerby. The launch will have coffee, tea, and healthy finger food for the people coming to listen.

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Contributor Bios:
Solveig Adair lives in Terrace, British Columbia where she teaches, writes, and judges rabbits.
Norma Kerby is a writer and consultant based out of Terrace, B.C. She has been previously published in PRISM international, A Room of One's Own, and a number of regional literary publications including several editions of North Coast Collections, the anthology North Coast Collected, and The Language of Trees. Her writings reflect a deep attachment to the ecology and history of the north coast of B.C.
Sheila Peters lives in Driftwood Canyon near Smithers in northwestern BC. Her poetry and fiction has been widely published in Canadian journals. Tending the Remnant Damage (BeachHolme 2001) is a linked collection of short stories; Canyon Creek: A Script (Creekstone 1998) tells the story of the eviction of a Wet’suwet’en family from its homesite near Smithers. A collection of poetry, the weather from the west, was published in collaboration with visual artist Perry Rath. Her most recent book, The Taste of Ashes, a novel, was published by Caitlin in 2012. She and her husband, Lynn Shervill, have been operating Creekstone Press, a publishing house that gives respectful space to a diversity of voices from northern BC, since 1998.

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